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miles from land. >> man. >> crew brought the dog to safety, named him survivor. thinks he fell off a fishing boat. had to be it. calm, swam on to the rig, survivor is back on land, got a checkup and one of the crew members is going to adopt. chances of coming upon that animal in middle of nowhere, meant to be. >> you guys found me. >> here's a lei. >> look at that face. great weather on the way. >> looks good. >> have a great night, see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> steve: welcome to "the tonight show!" and here's your host jimmy fallon! ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much, everybody. welcome. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. please, enjoy yourselves. welcome, everybody, welcome to "the tonight show." give it up for the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] nice to see you, roots. let's get some news here. guys, the race for 2 2020 is already underway, and a a new poll found that bernie sanders is now leading joe biden 29% to 24. you can tell biden's stressed. he spent all day giving himself a massage. [ laughter and applause ] i got permission, i got permission. this surprised a lot of people, but pete buttigieg has skyrocketed into third place. [ cheers ] asked what separates him from bernie and biden, buttigieg said, "well, for starters, i wear my pants below the nipple." [ laughter and applause ]
the top three are bernie, biden and buttigieg. they sound less like political frontrunners and more like a a law firm specializing in slip and fall cases. [ laughter and applause ] "bernie, biden, and buttigieg. you we don't get paid unless you do." [ laughter ] well, last night bernie sanders did a town hall on fox news, and it seemed like he had a a little trouble hearing the moderator. watch this. >> we want to get to some questions about immigration. >> sorry, immigration? >> immigration. just one quick question for you, on emissions. but you think -- one question about somebody who may run against you. do you think that joe biden is a progressive? >> a quick lightning round if you would. >> a what? >> a lightning round. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wait, what did he hear? i mean, he's like, "a what? a what? a lightning round? what do you want me to --" [ laughter ] can you talk about medicare for all? he's like, "can i talk about 'madea goes to jail'?
very funny movie, i don't --" [ laughter ] i love what tyler perry does. a lot of people watched bernie's town hall, including the president. and get this, i read that sometimes trump actually stops meetings to yell at tvs playing cable news. [ laughter ] it sounds crazy until you realize that screaming at cable news actually makes him more relatable. [ laughter and applause ] i can do that too! back to bernie. he also made headlines yesterday by releasing 10 years of tax returns. and it turns out, in the last two years he's earned $1.7 million. [ audience oohs ] most of it was from his book sales. the rest was from silver dollars he pulled out of his grandkids' ears. [ laughter and applause ] "come here for a second. what -- uh oh! where did i find the -- look, i'm on this. hey, there you go." [ laughter ] that's right, bernie provided 10 years of tax returns. meanwhile, trump was like, "i'd do the same but i gave up taxes for lent." [ laughter and applause ]
i read trump's reelection campaign has been spending a a lot of money on facebook ads, and most of them target users that are over 65. americans were shocked. they were like -- [ light laughter ] "there's people on facebook under 65?" i mean, what? [ applause ] but trump is going to face some competition sooner than he thought. this week, former massachusetts governor bill weld announced he is running for president as a a republican, and challenging trump for the nomination. if you're not familiar with weld, well, here he is. yep. [ laughter ] well he's already started campaigning. he's testing out some slogans. check these out. the first says, "bill weld, i'm only doing this because i lost a bet." [ laughter ] there's also "bill weld, i know what you're thinking, and no, i'm not ed begley jr." [ laughter and applause ] and finally "bill weld, don't forget about -- oh, you already did? okay." [ laughter ] too bad. some more news out of washington. this thursday, the justice department is releasing the mueller report to the public. but it will still be redacted,
meaning several sections will be kept secret. that's not really a full disclosure then, right? i mean, it's like burger king redacting every ingredient to a a whopper but the lettuce. [ laughter ] very healthy for you. but people can't wait to find out what's in mueller's report. well, one of our tonight show correspondents actually managed to get his hands on a copy two days early. so here now to reveal the findings of the report, please welcome political analyst, ron wibrow. ron? [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, jimmy. >> jimmy: thank you, ron. now, you actually have a copy of the full mueller report? >> that's correct, but i do want to reiterate a lot of the report has been redacted. >> jimmy: that's okay, ron. we just want to know, what is in the mueller report? >> well, for starters, there is substantial and credible evidence that there was in fact coordination between the russians and -- [ groaning ] [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm sorry, between the russians and who? >> that part was redacted, so i just made up a sound. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, what other details are you finding?
>> well, the full mueller report reveals that as early as 2015, trump became aware that eh! [ laughter ] met with -- [ squeak ] to discuss the matter of blah blah blah blah and his involvement with -- [ horn ] >> jimmy: ron, ron, i'm sorry. can you stop for a second? [ laughter ] ron, can you just, can you stop making those noises? >> those are redactions, jimmy. i already told you that, see? redactions. >> jimmy: yeah, well, can you try something else? those noises are distracting. i just -- >> fine. i guess so. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: okay, thank you. now, what else can you reveal from the report? >> well, the report found that several senior members of redacted -- [ laughter ] privately communicated with redacted about redacted and as redacted will be charged with the crime of -- [ horn ] >> jimmy: ron! >> sorry, i like that one. i like it! >> jimmy: ron, get out of here. ron wibrow. get out of here. [ cheers and applause ] >> redacted! [ horn ] >> jimmy: get out -- hey! get lost. but while we wait for the
mueller report, trump's been keeping busy. he just spoke to a group of truckers, and took some time to talk about his own relationship with trucks. listen to this. >> i will tell you i've been on many, many a truck. i've been on many a loader. i've been on many a truck. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not even funny. just the way he's saying it. "i've been on many a loader. i've been on many a truck. [ light laughter ] i've been on many a toot-toot." [ truck horn honking ] thank you, thank you. [ light laughter ] everyone's still talking about "game of thrones." you guys love that the other night? [ cheers and applause ] everyone saw it. i saw that sunday's premiere set a record with 17 million people tuning in. while another 17 million people sat next to them going, "who's that again?" [ laughter and applause ] "is that middle finger?" [ laughter ] little -- little finger. [ light laughter ]
some more tv news. i heard that the children's show "peppa pig" is so popular, that little kids are starting to speak with british accents. [ laughter ] when their parents said, "maybe it's time to watch something else," they were like, "not bloody likely. [ laughter and applause ] not bloody likely at all!" check this out. microsoft is working on its own wireless ear buds to compete with apple's airpods, and they're calling them surface buds. [ laughter ] sounds less like ear phones, more like your relationship with your old college roommate. [ laughter ] "we're not tight, we're more like, uh, surface buds." [ laughter ] get this -- [ laughter ] i heard that chips ahoy cookies are being recalled because they might contain a, quote, "unexpected ingredient." [ audience oohs ] in response, stoners were like, "the best cookies have unexpected ingredients, man. [ laughter and applause ] i don't know, it's just the best." did you guys see this?
during the recent white house press conference, president trump tried to say "origins." he had a little trouble saying it. check this out. >> i hope they now go and take a look at the oranges. [ laughter ] the oranges of the -- the investigation. >> jimmy: yeah. oranges. well, we -- we noticed trump has trouble pronouncing things all the time, so with that in mind it's time to play "talk like trump." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ talk like trump talk like trump ♪ >> jimmy: so, here's how this is going to work. i'm going to see if anyone can guess how the president is going to mispronounce a simple word. if you get it right, you get a a prize. and if you get it wrong, you still get a prize. [ laughter ] all right, raise your hand if you want to play "talk like trump!" come on, anyone. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. yeah, you, come here. there you go, right there. what is your name? >> tori. >> jimmy: tori, where are you from? >> new jersey. >> jimmy: hey, jersey! [ cheers and applause ] all right. in our first clip, tori from new jeresy, president trump is
going to try to say the word venezuela. venezuela. how do you think he'll mispronounce it? >> venesuala. >> jimmy: venesuala. ah! venesuala. not bad. let's see what happened. >> a few weeks ago, on january 23rd, venewela's national -- [ buzzer ] >> jimmy: he bailed. venezwellas -- there you go, you lost, but there's your prize. >> thank you! >> jimmy: congratulations. who's next? anybody. [ cheers and applause ] want to do it? ♪ how are you doing, bud? >> doing good. >> jimmy: nice to see you. what is your name? >> kevin. >> jimmy: you can use the mic, kevin. that'd be helpful. [ light laughter ] hold it down there. kevin, where are you from, buddy? >> i'm from farmington, connecticut. >> jimmy: hey, welcome! thank you for being here. our next clip is very simple. trump tries to say the word "people." he just says -- trying to say the word "people." how does he mispronounce the word "people"? >> pepple. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you think he says pepple. >> yeah. >> jimmy: not bad. let's see what happens. >> we're going to put the burden on the institutions, we want them to get the best
peep -- peaches, and -- [ buzzer ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so close. he said peaches instead of people. there you go. you lost, but there's your t-shirt. enjoy it. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for being here. who else? anybody? come on. you got it, come on. ♪ if you want to, sure. come on over. >> hi. thank you. >> jimmy: yeah, there you go. hey, what is your name? >> i'm clark, and i'm from philly. >> jimmy: hey, clark from philly! [ cheers and applause ] in our final clip, clark, trump tries to say the word "reinstate." >> oh. >> jimmy: reinstate. how do you think he'll mispronounce reinstate? >> rhine state. >> jimmy: "we're gonna rhine state." [ light laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: that actually sounds pretty good. let's see what happened. >> by the way, one of the people that was confirmed by somebody else today on the other side, democrats, were saying they would reinstir -- [ buzzer ] >> jimmy: nah, reinstir. you were very close. i'm going to give you the win on that one. >> thank you, jimmy. big fan! >> jimmy: thank you, clark. appreciate it. thank you, pal.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to the "tonight show," everybody. oh, what a show tonight. alex rodriguez, ashley benson, and jade bird. which, you want to hear a a little bit of jade bird? >> steve: please. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: listen to this. ♪ ♪ i get no joy i get no joy ♪ ♪ >> steve: nice. >> jimmy: yeah, fantastic. >> steve: fantastic. >> jimmy: that's quality stuff. [ cheers and applause ] jade bird. that is good music. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: what i feel like -- i feel like humans and people around the world should not have to listen to bad music. >> steve: yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: you know? so, as a service to you guys, i'm about to play some real songs from real bands that i think you should avoid in a a segment i call, "my do not play list." here we go. ♪ do not play do not play do not play these songs
these songs ♪ >> jimmy: now, before we start, i just want you to know that every artist and song i'm about to play for you is 100% real. these are actual bands and actual songs. questlove, they are -- questlove, i swear. >> questlove: i don't believe you. >> jimmy: dude, these are -- trust me, these are -- >> steve: they're real. >> jimmy: they are so real. you can download them on itunes if they're available, or amazon music if they're available. >> steve: sure. right. >> jimmy: or if your local music store has them. i doubt it, but you never know. but these really are, i'm not kidding, these are real songs. and some of them i'm not sure, i might even enjoy. but let's see what's on my do not play list. this first up is a singer named leoncie. the album is called "invisible girl." >> questlove: no way -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "invisible girl," she definitely seems like a shy person. [ laughter ] and down here it says, 14 exclusive songs by leoncie. >> steve: ooh! >> jimmy: yeah, this is good. yeah. >> steve: beyonce? >> jimmy: what's that? >> steve: exclusive songs by beyonce? >> jimmy: that's very interesting you asked. no, leoncie. [ laughter ] these are exclusive. >> steve: how exclusive are they? >> jimmy: i paid for them.
>> well, there you go. >> jimmy: there you go. >> jimmy: let's take a listen to one of those exclusive songs. this one's called "man let's have fun." ♪ ♪ i guess you have an airplane that can fly the world and we can have a fantasy ♪ ♪ it doesn't really matter if you drive a limousine it really doesn't matter if you drive ford galaxie ♪ ♪ i really don't care if you just drive a truck i don't care if you just drive a limousine ♪ ♪ it doesn't really matter if you drive a ferrari ♪ >> jimmy: stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop. [ applause ] >> questlove: which writer was that? >> jimmy: no, no, it was not a a writer. dude -- ♪ ♪ it doesn't matter if you ride ♪ ♪ if you ride a ferrari it doesn't matter if you ride ford galaxie ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: that's fantastic. >> steve: all verse, no chorus. >> jimmy: i've never hear anyone sing like that, ever. >> steve: no. >> jimmy: i kind of enjoy it. [ laughter ] ♪ it doesn't matter if you ride a limousine it doesn't matter if you ride ford galaxie ♪ ♪ it doesn't matter if you ♪
♪ [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: that's exclusive. >> steve: limeade. >> jimmy: this next one is a a reggae artist. >> steve: oh, i love reggae. >> jimmy: yeah, called anthony b. there he is. [ laughter ] >> questlove: no! that's james! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not james, not james. that is not james. it's a new -- i've never seen james stand like this, ever. [ laughter ] >> steve: i think it was james -- >> questlove: look. >> steve: are you sure it wasn't james in a chair, and they airbrushed out the chair? >> jimmy: i don't know, man. >> steve: did james produce that album? >> jimmy: it says, anthony b. >> steve: anthony b. >> jimmy: the song is called "shake your body." >> steve: "shake your body." >> jimmy: and there's anthony shaking his body. i like reggae. let's take a listen to "shake your body." ♪ ♪
♪ ♪ >> jimmy: it sounds like, sorry stop. it just sounds like he recorded that song -- [ applause ] >> steve: with his phone? >> jimmy: it sounded like he recorded that song under water. [ laughter ] this next one is from a singer called teddy. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: the song is called "the cotton candy song." >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: i'm assuming that's cotton candy or maybe it's insulation, i don't know. [ laughter ] >> steve: don't mix up the two. >> jimmy: let's listen to "the cotton candy song." ♪ ♪ cotton candy gives me so much life cotton candy is my favorite thing ♪ ♪ blueberry strawberry vanilla you ♪ >> jimmy: all right, that's good right there. actually, it's not bad. >> steve: it's not bad. ♪ cotton candy give me so much life ♪ ♪
>> jimmy: that's way too much drum fill. >> questlove: that's the song. ♪ cotton candy give me so much life ♪ ♪ >> questove: it's like random cymbals. >> jimmy: too much drum fill. >> steve: phil collins on the drums. >> jimmy: i like, blueberry. ♪ blueberry strawberry vanilla ♪ >> jimmy: yeah, that's great. three syllables. i didn't mind that. teddy. >> steve: was that teddy? >> jimmy: yeah, i don't mind that one. >> steve: oh my gosh. >> jimmy: "the cotton candy song." we're down to our last album, guys. it is from a singer called jincheng zhang. the album is called "i love you." nice blurry photo of him there, and must have gotten the new three mega pixel camera. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: take a listen to "love is not a deal." ♪ ♪
♪ ♪ >> jimmy: alright, stop it. it sounds to me like -- [ applause ] it sounds like if bob dylan took too much benadryl. that's all the time we have for "do not play." [ cheers and applause ] if you have an album or a song you think we should use on our next "do not play list," we want to see it. send your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org. stick around, we'll be right back with alex rodriguez, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: our first guest is one of the greatest players in the history of baseball. and now he covers the game as an analyst for fox and espn. he also teamed with barstool sports for a new podcast called "the corp." season one is available now. ladies and gentlemen please welcome alex rodriguez. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: alex rodriguez. come on, they love you. they love you, come on. >> great audience. [ cheers and applause ] new york, new york. >> jimmy: you're a stud, man, you always look great, thank you for coming back on the show.
we have to talk because there's giant news here. you got engaged. congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> last time i was here you were asking me about it a a little bit. >> jimmy: i was, yeah, jennifer had a song called "el anillo." >> "el anillo." >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: which means "the ring." >> "the ring." >> jimmy: and i go, "hint." it should be called "hint, hint." [ laughter ] >> yep. >> jimmy: but you got the hint. >> well, i knew i was in some trouble, because you had "el anillo" which was the song. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and then she has a song coming -- a movie coming this fall called "marry me." [ laughter ] so "el anillo," "marry me," so -- >> jimmy: you're like, "okay, i get it. i get it." >> yeah, i got it. >> jimmy: yeah. were you nervous? where did you do it? how did you do it? did you freak out? >> oh my god, jimmy. >> jimmy: i know, you're cool, right? >> no, i'm not that cool. honestly. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yes, you are. >> i was nervous, and i was excited. and i can't tell you too much, but i will share this with you. and she'll tell you more because she loves you. [ light laughter ] but i planned it for about six months, and then it was on a a beach in the bahamas. and --
>> jimmy: you already had the ring? >> i had the ring, but what was interesting is that three days prior to me going down on one knee and getting engaged. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and asking for it, i rehearsed three days in a row. cause i wanted the sunset to be perfect. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: so you rehearsed by yourself? >> yeah. well, i had my assistant ashley with me. and we -- [ laughter ] listen. >> jimmy: you proposed to your assistant three times? >> yeah. [ laughter ] so one time the sunset was at 6:27, the next day was, like, 6:29. >> jimmy: oh my gosh. [ laughter ] >> and then third day it was raining. so, like, aw -- so, i kind of came out at around 6:29, i said, "this is the time where i'm going to do it." and it worked out well. it worked out well. >> jimmy: seriously, you went for a walk. you went walk -- [ cheers and applause ] it definitely worked out well. it was just beautiful. look at this photo here, look at this. just perfect. [ audience aws ] that is gorgeous. can we zoom in there? can we zoom in? are you wearing your ring, the
world series ring? [ laughter ] wow! [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's almost -- >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i will say, that's almost as big as the one you gave jennifer. [ laughter ] because that thing was -- man, that made the sun shine for like four days. [ laughter ] i'm like, put that ring away, oh my gosh. >> not quite that big. >> jimmy: did you wear your world series ring? that's pretty cool. >> i felt like, you know, for big moments it's kind of -- i've only worn this ring probably a handful of times. but i said, "this is a big moment." i kind of gave it away, cause when she saw me put on the ring she goes, where we going with that ring?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "just going for a a walk on the beach." >> that's right. >> jimmy: "it's 6:29, hurry up, let's go! [ laughter ] "we don't have time to mess around!" >> exactly. >> jimmy: "no questions!" yeah. but how are you even, like -- when you do the wedding. i mean how are you going to dance? you can't -- she's jennifer lopez. >> that's a great point. [ laughter ] and that can be very intimidating among other things to do in front of her. but you know, she's a great dancer. she's also a great teacher. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm just terrible a terrible student. >> jimmy: i mean -- [ laughter ] >> but not because of effort. it's just i can't dance. >> jimmy: you really just can't dance.
>> well, it's amazing what a a vodka soda can do? [ laughter ] you give me two of those -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> i start thinking i can dance. >> jimmy: then you start thinking you can dance. we did something that i don't want to give too much away, it's going to air next week. but this morning we hung out with each other, and we did a a hip-hop dance class. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] dude, look at this. >> rated "r." >> jimmy: we are -- [ laughter ] dude, we are -- [ cheers and applause ] we are bonded -- we are bonded for life. >> for life. >> jimmy: you were keep going there, i was passing out at that point, i couldn't breathe. [ laughter ] i can't wait. that'll be -- >> we got some cardio in. that was hard. >> jimmy: we did, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i mean, definitely me. you were looking at me, and i was just sweating i go -- [ laughter ] you're like, "we haven't even started dancing yet." i go, "sorry." [ laughter ] you got the coolest thing, when you got engaged, and i'm so happy that you shared it. but on instagram, you have a a handwritten note from president obama congratulating you on the engagement. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and saying, "we can
say whatever challenges life may bring, sharing them with someone you love makes it all better. all the best, barack obama. [ cheers and applause ] >> i mean, i got to say, that was just so cool of president obama. and the thing is, like i'm just a kid from miami. i have a single mother, i grew up in the boys and girls club. i had nothing growing up, and whoever would have thought that you get home and you receive this beautiful note. we got home from the weekend, jimmy, and i said to jennifer -- i said, "jennifer, you're not going to believe this. president obama wrote us a a note." she's goes, "no way, let me see." and she was equally as excited. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and it was just so cool. i wanted to share with the fans. because, i mean, regardless of what you think of politics, he's a great role model, great husband, great father. and it was just pretty cool. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're on fox and espn for baseball. is it exhausting? >> it's not exhausting, you
know why? because i love it, i love baseball. i'm a baseball nerd. >> jimmy: you really -- >> i'm going to the game tomorrow, boston, yankees. >> jimmy: oh. [ cheers and applause ] >> i love it. you know, and i'm so fortunate, jimmy, to have -- i have matt vasgersian and jessica who are my counterparts in the booth every sunday night. and then on fox i have kevin burkhardt, big papi, big hurt. a lot of bigs. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] you do have a lot of bigs together, yeah. >> it's just great. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it is great. i'm so lucky. >> jimmy: you're taking the game -- you're taking baseball to london. >> that's right. >> jimmy: i saw you over there, like, letting everyone know that it's happening. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so this is a big deal. >> it's a huge deal. rob manfred and tony petitti, props to them. our commissioner and our c.o.o. of major league baseball. for the first time in over 100 years, we're going across the pond to play the greatest game in the world. and we're leading with out best, with the yankees and the red sox. it's going to be epic. it's going to be great. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i got to say, i'm listening to your podcast which i never thought i would say to you -- but -- >> i'm sorry. >> jimmy: no, i love it. i love it. >> it's fun.
>> jimmy: you teamed up with barstool sports. but you're really good at this, and it's almost like -- it's like talking to different, like, i guess ceos. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: i don't know, innovators. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but what i like about it, what i like about any interview really is that -- or anyone that tells their story is tell you, like, what went wrong? like, why your life isn't that perfect, and how you came back from that. and you get that in those interviews. >> what's great about it is, you know, it's never a a trajectory that goes straight up. and these great ceos and guys that are just -- men and women that have done some incredible things. it's always about the fall, and what lessons did you learn, and how did you come back out of that. >> jimmy: yes. >> and the listeners just love -- just love the lessons of these great ceos, and what they're sharing. it's great. >> jimmy: yeah, because they all have those stories where they're like, "oh, now at this point i was working out of my apartment." and you go, "well, that's just great to hear that." >> yeah. >> jimmy: because we think, "oh, you're a billionaire, you got it all." >> massive falls and when they come back they give you actually tangible nuggets, and how you can apply it to your
life. and you get back up because one thing's constant, we're always in a fall. but getting back up is what it takes to be champion. >> jimmy: yeah, that's right. well, "the corp." [ cheers and applause ] it's called "the corp." listen to it. any guest you're dying to have on "the corp?" >> my dream guest would be you. >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> come on, jimmy, would you do it for me? >> jimmy: oh, are you -- no. >> i'm asking you. you are. you're my dream -- >> jimmy: i'm your dream guest? >> yes, yes, yes, yes. [ laughter ] yes. >> jimmy: on your -- >> i would love to have you on. >> jimmy: why me? >> you're my guy. you're my guy. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: of course, i would love to do that. are you kidding? i'll do it in two seconds. [ cheers and applause ] i'd be honored. i'd be honored to do it. i love this show. >> love it, love it, love it. >> jimmy: i would love it. i'd do it in two seconds. i love it. we'll talk. >> you guys all heard it. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] i can't wait. i'm definitely doing it. while we have you here, i i thought it'd be kind of fun if we had our -- i was going to pitch you business ideas, like i did -- >> i'd love it. >> jimmy: from "shark tank." >> jimmy: and so far i've pitched you a couple ideas, and you haven't liked any of them. >> no, you're 0 for 6.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm 0 for -- was it 6 ideas? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] well, at this time i figured, "why me, let's just get our great audience involved." >> okay. >> so, everybody filled out a a piece of paper with their business ideas. and i have a few of them here. i just want -- tell me if you're in. >> okay. >> jimmy: or out of these ideas. this first one is from kristen tomaselli in lakewood, new jersey. kristen, are you here? oh hi. kristen, she has a good idea. it's called "ex-rated." >> okay. >> jimmy: okay. >> i like it. >> jimmy: no, you can't like it already. no. [ laughter ] ♪ no, wait, no, let me tell you what it is. e-x. "ex-rated." it's an app where you can build a profile, and rate your ex to warn other people of what a a nightmare they are. [ laughter and applause ] yo! that's kind of -- dude. >> it's aggressive. it's aggressive. >> jimmy: it's aggressive, but -- >> we'll put that in the pile of due diligence. >> jimmy: all right. good. see, that's good. this one's from, what is it, montae vasquez? >> there she is. >> jimmy: okay, very good. okay, you have a good idea
here. it's called -- the name of the idea is called "okay, be honest." [ light laughter ] have you ever been unsure about that something you needed advice, or maybe an outfit or a a text. or maybe a "shark tank" idea? "okay, be honest" is an app where you get a 100% honest opinions for when you feel that your friends and family aren't being honest. [ laughter and applause ] >> i like it. i like it. >> jimmy: you like "okay, be honest?" >> yeah. i like it. >> jimmy: "okay, be honest" is good. >> yeah, yeah. if i had that app, i probably wouldn't have worn this suit today. >> jimmy: no, what are you talking about? [ laughter ] it looks great. you look great. >> jimmy: this last one here, oh, i like this one. >> okay. >> jimmy: i think you're going to love this one. this one's from -- is it reagan or regan maloney? >> regan. >> jimmy: regan maloney. regan from meriden, connecticut. the name of her idea is "sweet victory." >> okay. >> jimmy: right? this is an app that sends out an alert every hour. that alert would be just a a reminder that the red sox won 119 games, and the world series last season. no one should ever forget. [ laughter and applause ] [ fog horn ]
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you know our next guest from her work on the popular television series "pretty little liars." you can now see her in the new film -- [ cheers ] yeah, sure, why not? [ cheers and applause ] you can now see her in the new film "her smell" which is now playing in new york and opens in select cities nationwide
this friday. please welcome ashley benson. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. i want to talk about "her smell" and talk about the movie. but first, last time i saw you, i think, it was the end of "pretty little liars." >> yes. >> jimmy: and it was -- right, it was right at the end of that. and then we were, like, saying goodbye to that. it was bittersweet. and then you ended up moving to new york city? >> yeah, i mean -- >> jimmy: yes, so you are a a new yorker. >> best place in the world, by the way. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm happy. was it because of me? you want to be closer to me. >> i mean, i didn't want to say that. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but, you know, just wanted to hang out. >> jimmy: of course. >> jimmy: and you never ask me to hang out, so, but this is a a good -- >> jimmy: what are you talking about? of course we hang all the time. [ laughter ] >> no, yeah, so i wanted to move to new york. i've always loved it here, and
i was supposed to be here for three months, and three years later, i've never really been back to l.a. so i can say i am a new yorker now. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it feels great. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what do you -- what do you like about the city? >> i don't know. i mean, to be able to get out of your apartment, walk around, run into people that you know. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm a huge sports fan. >> jimmy: yeah. >> lakers, because i'm from l.a. but going to knicks game is very fun. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i don't know if you remember this, but the last time i ran into you was at the knicks game and we were going up in the elevator. it was just me, my friend, you, and your friend. and mind you the elevator is, like, big. he walks in, and i'm in a a corner and he just like, stands in front of me. and i thought that you just either didn't see me -- and i was really excited. i was like, "oh, hi," and then you were just -- [ laughter ] here and so i was very awkward looking at my friend like, "should i say something? i'm a little confused. i guess i'll just go with it." and then finally you turned around, you're like, "ashley, hi." i was like, "thank god, i was
so nervous that, like, you didn't know who i was." >> jimmy: it's funny because it's such a big elevator, i hate when people come in -- >> it was cute. >> jimmy: and they -- i smooshed you against the wall. >> oh, my god. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and i was like -- >> he literally was like -- >> jimmy: no, wait, i was like -- >> and i was just like, "what is happening?" >> jimmy: i totally remember because i asked you, like -- you were just on the show maybe -- >> yeah, i was there, like -- >> jimmy: that day or the night before or something. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i was like -- so i walked out and i saw you and i acted like i didn't know who you were and then -- [ laughter ] then i was like -- i was just, like, looking at the numbers, like, up at thing, like, waiting for us to go to the floor. and i was, like, leaning way back against the wall. [ laughter ] no one else in the elevator. i was waiting. you're like, "hey, creepoid, do you remember --" and i was like, "you're not going to say anything at all?" >> i know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's all good. >> i made it very funny. but, yeah, i literally was like, " i don't think he remembers me." and it was very awkward. >> jimmy: yeah, you were just on the day before. yeah. [ laughter ] i had to play around. let's talk about this movie. elizabeth moss stars in the film. you were in the band with her. it's called "her smell," based on kind of '90s, like, grunge, punk rock. >> yeah, '90s female punk bands. >> jimmy: yeah.
>> girls. it was amazing. >> jimmy: what led you to the -- to this role? >> so funny enough, i had met lizzie in cannes, at my friends birthday dinner. and i had never met her before. i knew -- i was a big fan of her work. >> jimmy: she's fun. >> and she sat down and my best friend isaac was sitting next to me and "handmaid's tale" had just came out. so he all of a sudden was like this, like, covering his face. i was like, "are you okay, what's going on?" he's like, "it's offred." and i was like, "who is offred." like, "what's -- i don't know who that is." he, "offred, offred." finally, he's like, "handmaid's tale." so i told lizzie my friend's a a big fan. she then put on a napkin on her head. became offred and like did this whole bit for him. it was really cute. >> jimmy: no way? >> but, yeah, then she was like, "you know, i'm a big fan of 'pll.'" and i was like, "oh, you're sweet." like, "you haven't watched my work." she's like, "no, like, i really -- i really have." and then went outside we started -- >> jimmy: did she call it 'pll?' >> "pretty little liars." >> jimmy: i know, but she called it "pll?" >> she did, and i was like, "actually, maybe she does watch it." >> jimmy: that's legit. yeah, that's like a legit fan. sure. >> and then, yeah, we got to talking, and she brought the movie up and thought that i'd be great for it. and the next thing i know i was
with alex ross perry who's here actually. the director of the film, buying a guitar amd starting guitar lessons and all that stuff, so. >> jimmy: isn't that great because sometimes -- >> it was crazy. >> jimmy: people come up to you and they go, "oh, i got this idea for this role for you." >> and it never happens. >> jimmy: and you never see -- and then you never see them. they back into you in on an elevator and they annoy you. yeah. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: it never really happens. but good for her for following through. >> yeah. >> jimmy: what -- do you want to tell everyone what's it about? >> yeah, i mean, it's literally about two female rock bands in the '90s and all the chaos that goes with that, all the ups and downs. elizabeth moss is insanely talented. >> jimmy: what is the name of her chracter again? her name is -- >> becky something. >> jimmy: becky something. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] i want to show a clip, here's ashley benson in "her smell." take a look at this. >> i don't know what your pre-show is. you want to jam? just, like, make out. >> this is beyond me. okay? just find me when the nightmare's over. i'm done. >> oh, boy. she -- >> she's going through a lot. we all are. she's, like, wobbly with us, you know?
heart break. >> tried and failed. >> but, hey, guys, i signed the contract for today. so if she doesn't show, you can see -- too. and i think that will make a a baker's dozen. >> sorry, roxie. >> thanks for giving her this chance. i know she doesn't make it easy. >> jimmy: yeah, she does not. [ cheers and applause ] ashley benson, everybody. "her smell" opens in select cities this friday. good job, buddy. we'll be right back with music from jade bird. stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ internet that puts you in charge. alright boys, time to eat. that handles anything. [ crowd cheering ] that protects what's important. and reaches everywhere. this is beyond wifi. this is xfi.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: performing "i get no joy" from her upcoming self-titled debut album, please welcome jade bird. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ military march in and out my head everything i did everything i said ♪ ♪ take you to the arch for your happiness or spend it like a lark singing for nothing ♪ ♪ i get no joy i get no joy all the words my mother said ♪ ♪ can't seem to get them out my head everything becomes everything ♪ ♪ you live you learn you love you're dead i get no joy ♪
♪ together and apart do it all again right back to the start straight up to the end ♪ ♪ i'm such a fool got everything and you yet my heart is so blue i'm singing for nothing ♪ ♪ i get no joy i get no joy all the words my mother said ♪ ♪ can't seem to get them out my head everything becomes everything ♪ ♪ you live you learn you love you're dead i get no joy ♪ ♪ i swear that i don't pay attention if i did would intervention ♪ ♪ come to me in a dream or is that just what the directors and the pills and other deflectors ♪ ♪ would have you believe psychotic hypnotic erotic which box is your thing how many days a week ♪ ♪ do you feel electric connected unexpectedly affected what do you need ♪ ♪ what do you need i get no joy i get no joy ♪
♪ all the words my mother said can't seem to get them out my head ♪ ♪ everything becomes everything you live you learn you love you're dead ♪ ♪ i get no joy i know the sun will shine another day another time i know the sun will shine ♪ ♪ another day another time i know the sun will shine i know the sun will shine ♪ ♪ electric connected unexpectedly affected what do you need what do you need ♪ ♪ i get no joy i get no joy all the words my mother said ♪ ♪ can't seem to get them out my head everything becomes everything ♪ ♪ you live you learn you love you're dead i get no joy ♪ ♪ ♪
♪ i get no joy i get no joy no joy ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yes! yo! that's awesome. oh, i love that. look at that. i love it. jade bird! her new album is out this friday. my thanks to alex rodriguez. ashley benson. jade bird. [ cheers and applause ] and the roots right there, from philadelphia, pennsylvania. that was great. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- julia louis-dreyfus, star of "knightfall," actor mark hamill, artist ashley longshore, featuring the 8g band with fred armisen. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers with "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] that is great to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. president trump is expected to travel to japan next month, to attend the final day of the